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Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

WSPNs Chloe Zilembo discusses the most recent controversy involving the Boston Bruins front office.

Front office failure: The most recent Boston Bruins controversy

Chloe Zilembo November 26, 2022

The Boston Bruins: an original six National Hockey League franchise. Despite having a fan base centered in New England, their influence reaches far and wide. Their following is a crowd of both hardcore...

Wayland Class of 2022 graduate Sammy Johnson makes the University of Madison-Wisconsin Division I rowing team with no prior rowing experience. Following her signing with the team, Wisconsins novice coaches are teaching Johnson the fundamentals of the sport. It feels great to represent my school, Johnson said. Out of the 45,000 students that go to Wisconsin, only 900 are athletes, so it feels pretty cool to be one of them.

Sammy Johnson: Earning a spot on a Division One crew roster without rowing

Emily Roberge November 25, 2022

It’s 5:45 a.m. on a Monday morning. The sun has yet to rise. The temperature remains cool at 20 degrees Fahrenheit on Lake Mendota, Wisconsin. While other college students get a few hours of extra sleep...

The Wayland boys varsity soccer team celebrates its goal by running to the sidelines and embracing each other. The high intensity game went into overtime after a 2-2 tie, and it ultimately ended in a Wayland Warriors win of 3-2 against Somerville.

Game recap: Boys soccer scores a win against Somerville

Delia Caulfield November 10, 2022

After ending its season with a ten win, five loss and three tie record, the Wayland boys varsity soccer team entered playoffs as the No. 10 seed. On Tuesday Nov. 7, the Wayland Warriors team hosted the...

The playoff season for fall sports has begun, and teams are preparing for the competition that awaits. “Going into playoffs I’m really excited,” junior girls soccer captain Lily Mele said. “I think we’re gonna really bring it when the first game comes and no matter our seed or anything I think the energy’s gonna be great and we’re going to perform very well.”

WHS fall sports playoff preview

Delia Caulfield November 3, 2022

With the regular season recently coming to a close, there is a new challenge ahead for the Wayland High School fall sports teams: playoffs. This year, seven WHS teams will continue its season past its...

The boys varsity soccer team faces Lincoln-Sudbury at home on Tuesday, Oct. 25. The game resulted in a draw, with the final score being 2-2. The team currently sits with a record of nine wins, five losses and three ties.

Game recap and gallery: Boys soccer ties with Lincoln-Sudbury

Sasha Libenzon November 1, 2022

Following a successful senior night, when the team beat its biggest rival, Weston, with a score of 7-0, the boys varsity soccer team had high hopes. They anticipated a win going into one of their last...

WSPNs Bella Schreiber discusses the top four MLB league championship teams and who will move on to win the 2022 World Series.

Only four remain: Who will win the 2022 World Series?

Bella Schreiber October 22, 2022

In preparation for the 2022 World Series, the League Championships kicked off on Tuesday, Oct. 19, in San Diego, CA for the National League Division Series. The National League Championship series will...

WSPNs Emily Roberge discusses the greater implications of Tua Tagovailoas head injury and what it means for the NFLs concussion protocol.

Opinion: Hey NFL, brain health matters

Emily Roberge October 18, 2022

NFL organizations have swept another systemic issue under the rug. Shame on the Miami Dolphins. Head protection is not an issue to play around with, and it’s about time that teams prioritized their players’...

Sophomore Luke Chisum finishes first in the freshman three kilometer race at the DCL Championship Meet in 2021. This year, I want to get around 16:30 for a five [kilometer race], Chisum said.

Athlete of the Month: Luke Chisum

Sasha Libenzon October 15, 2022

The starting pistol goes off as sophomore Luke Chisum leads the way for the Wayland boys varsity cross country team. Although he's just a sophomore, Chisum has already made his mark within the list of...

This year, Pam’s run will be returning in-person for its 10th anniversary after taking a small break during COVID-19. “I think what’s nice about the run is that it reminds everyone about the continued need for [helping others] and connectivity [within the community],” past runner Susan Garfield said.

Pam’s run returns in-person for its 10th anniversary

Bella Schreiber October 14, 2022

At 10 a.m. on Oct. 16, a couple hundred runners will take their mark at Claypit Hill Elementary School to start off Wayland’s annual Pam’s Run. This year marks the 10 year anniversary of Pam’s Run...

WSPN’s Jeffery Zhang discusses the impact of Roger Federer’s announcement and his plans to retire.

Roger Federer: 24 years of magic

Jeffery Zhang October 11, 2022

“Think 'Roger Federer.' Keep your emotions under wraps and control what you can control.” Every Sunday morning I would hear my tennis coach say the same words over and over. Now, I won’t hear...

WSPNs Tess Alongi discusses the abuse that has recently been uncovered in the National Womens Soccer Association

Opinion: The disgusting abuse within the NWSL needs to end now

Tess Alongi October 8, 2022

Established in 2012, The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) has been in the spotlight for the systemic abuse of its players. The abuse that these players are enduring isn’t a new thing, but this...

Senior captain Austin Russell practices his swing. Russell is a co-captain and the only four year player on the golf team. It feels great to win our first match in a while, Russell said. The team showed up today and I couldn’t be prouder for what we’ve done to accomplish this.

WHS golf sinks a win against CRL

Tess Alongi October 4, 2022

Wayland varsity golf takes on Cambridge Rindge and Latin at the Wayland Country Club on Sept. 28. The team beat CRL, 46 to 26 making it their first win of the 2022-2023 season.

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